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first_img2017 HIA Australian Kitchen of the Year – Enigma Interiors, Queensland. Credit: Enigma InteriorsAN INTRICATE mosaic of a peacock on a flowering branch and an acrylic-encased island bench propelled two Queensland kitchens to win top national accolades, but they may not be everyone’s cup of tea.The 2017 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards saw Enigma Interiors walk away with the coveted Kitchen of the Year prize, with its “standout feature” being “a detailed splashback of mosaic tiles, displaying vibrant creativity, skilled and patient workmanship”. 2017 HIA Australian Kitchen Design winner – Sublime Architectural Interiors, Queensland. Credit: Sublime GroupThe 2017 Kitchen Design winner was Sublime Architectural Interiors whose “linear design seamlessly integrates the inside of the home with the outdoor component of the kitchen”.According to HIA, “judges noted this kitchen provides all the modern conveniences synonymous with innovative design.” 2017 HIA Australian Kitchen Design winner – Sublime Architectural Interiors, Queensland. Credit: Sublime Group 2017 HIA Australian Kitchen of the Year – Enigma Interiors, Queensland. Credit: Enigma Interiors 2017 HIA Australian Kitchen of the Year – Enigma Interiors, Queensland. Credit: Enigma InteriorsThe detailed mosaic which took up all the available space of a dividing wall was of a peacock on a flowering branch.Enigma described the project as “a new home designed closely from plan stage to make sure nothing was left out. For a growing family this kitchen had to be both appealing and functional. The separate butlers pantry with plenty of room to cook and create was the perfection solution. Lastly the splashback was the visual anchor providing a splash of colour.”According to HIA, “the judges said this unforgettable element works as a piece of art for the open plan living room”.center_img 2017 HIA Australian Kitchen Design winner – Sublime Architectural Interiors, Queensland. Credit: Sublime Group“From the origami pendant lights to the silver acrylic-encased island benchtop, there is plenty to admire in this beautiful kitchen”.“The mixtures of grey tones contrast with the timber detailing, showing the thoughtful use of multiple materials and the superior attention to the technical details needed to execute this design.”Both kitchens were delivered in partnership with Miele Australia. 2017 HIA Australian Kitchen of the Year – Enigma Interiors, Queensland. Credit: Enigma InteriorsMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago 2017 HIA Australian Kitchen Design winner – Sublime Architectural Interiors, Queensland. Credit: Sublime Grouplast_img read more

first_imgGreg Martin’s Moreton Island holiday home.He loves it and doesn’t really want to give it up, but Triple MMM presenter Greg, “Marto’’ Martin has listed his Moreton Island holiday home for sale.Martin said they didn’t get to use it enough anymore so he thought it was time to test the market.He and his family started camping on Moreton Island many years ago, before moving onto renting a holiday home, and then finally buying in partnership with a friend.As their children grew up they all holidayed there frequently and enjoyed what Martin said were fantastic surf waves, on a par with Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast – but not as crowded.“We just don’t use it enough,’’ Martin said.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoThe view from the deck of 109 The Strand, Bulwer“Our kids have all gotten older, all of our kids have left school.“He (the part owner) has a boat now so he can go anywhere and all of my family are on the Gold Coast.’’The home at 109 The Strand, Bulwer is listed through Julian Gardner of Ray White – Brisbane CBD.Mr Gardner said Martin and the other part owner, purchased two properties at $425,000 each in 2005 and amalgamated them to form the large holding.Martin said the house slept about 16 people and had four bedrooms. It is the third most northern house on the island and has bush and bay views.There is a large deck and it is a 100 metre walk from the local shop.There are two fully equipped kitchens, two dining rooms and four bathrooms. There are also two sheds and an outdoor fire pit.last_img read more